More attractions are reopening as Disney relaxes health and safety protocols and the parks return to normal. See the latest here.
It has been a slow year reopening restaurants, attractions, and hotels at Disney World. Although Disney had solid reasons for waiting to reopen more things, it has still been a bit hard for us Disney die-hards as we wait for things to go back to “new normal.”
In the past few weeks, we have seen a surge in restaurants, resorts, and experiences that were not previously available when the parks reopened last summer. It seems like every other week we have news to share – like when ‘Ohana announced a reopening date, or when both Beach Club and Wilderness Lodge reopened within a week of each other.
In July alone, we have BoardWalk Inn and and the Polynesian’s reopening dates set! Unfortunately, some amenities will not be available once it does reopen.
Even pre-shows, play areas, and interactive queues have made a return as mask requirements are lifted and physical distancing is a thing of the past. Just last week, Epcot reopened Turtle Talk with Crush, and now another attraction at Epcot is open for Guests once more.
After your journey through Spaceship Earth, explore the latest in high-tech science.
Assemble a digital human body using technology developed to perform remote surgeries. Hit the road in a driving simulation game that demonstrate accident avoidance systems. Take a peek at groundbreaking medical diagnostics for your home.
You can even view the video from the future you made while riding through Spaceship Earth—and email it to family and friends from a Project Tomorrow kiosk!
(From Disney World website)
Project Tomorrow is available once again
This interactive area has been closed for the last year because it is a high-touch attraction. Guests do a lot of touching and tapping.
However, it is now open again! You and your family can once again enjoy this space discovering the latest in technological science.
Do you and your family enjoy Project Tomorrow? Are you excited for its reopening? Let us know in the comments below or on Facebook.